Cape Tribulation Accommodation - eco-accommodation in the Daintree
Rainforest National Park
Cape Tribulation accommodation deep in the Daintree
This is the perfect self contained Daintree accommodation
for those that do not want a boring hotel or resort, Rainforest Hideaway
is an owner-built non-pretentious off-grid eco-lodge / jungle house
deep inside the oldest rainforest in the world, surrounded by a living
museum of ancient trees, plants and animals, including the famous endangered
This is the most unique Cape Tribulation accommodation: solar powered
owner built cabins, sculpture trail, mini golf, Thai massage and regular
cassowary sightings make this place stand out from the rest.
Rainforest Hideaway, Cape Tribulation's most amazing B&B accommodation
In the centre of Cape Tribulation, Rainforest Hideaway
offers unique self contained Daintree accommodation deep inside
the lush ancient Daintree rainforest to a maximum of six guests
in an owner-built, solar-powered eco-lodge with handcrafted timber
furniture, tap water from a mountain stream and walking trails with
seats and sculptures to explore this amazing ancient jungle.
For 17 years we have been doing bed and breakfast style accommodation
but recently we changed to self-contained accommodation where you
can provide all your own meals with some basic kitchen facilities
in your cabin, or go to Turtle Rock Cafe just around the corner.
Accommodation can be booked online HERE
with instant confirmation or you can contact your host with any
questions you may have via email or phone.
Since July 2000 Rainforest Hideaway has provided accommodation to
thousands of adventurous travellers from all over the world, and
you can read their reviews on Tripadvisor.
This unique accommodation offers only three distinctly different
cabins and is centrally located within walking distance of the Cape
Tribulation "town"centre, pristine beaches, National Park
boardwalks, restaurants, bar and shop.
And most surprisingly, the nights are mosquito-free!! (99% of the
We are all about eco-tourism, and that is not only
about saving electricity and biodegradable cleaners, eco-tourism
also means the money you spend should stay with local people in
the local area and not end up with multi-national corporations.
What would you rather do, boost a multinational's profits and share
price or help our daughter go through school by booking
direct with us?
Meet your hosts Rob and Aruni and daughter Panadda
Please view the above playlist of videos to see
why Rainforest Hideaway is the best Daintree accommodation
View of the Daintree Coast, walk from your accommodation to the
beach in about 20 minutes
Ofcourse you can also take it easy, the town centre of Cape
Tribulation is within walking distance of your accommodation and
there are pristine unspoilt beaches to laze around, relax on your
verandah with the sounds of the rainforest birds, spot some of the
abundant wildlife, explore the rainforest sculpture trail on our
five acre property or indulge in a tradtional Thai massage.
And thanks to ever improving technology we are now pretty well the
only Daintree accommodation with free Wifi for all guests.
The Easter Island Moai guarding the entrance
Your host likes to be creative with sculptures, which can be found
in the rainforest around the B&B.
Cape Tribulation is the finale on
the great Australian coastal drive The
Great Barrier Reef Drive that stretches from Cairns to Cape
Tribulation and is situated in the heart of the World Heritage listed
Daintree National Park, 70 km. north of Port Douglas, 146 km. north
of Cairns, and is an absolute must-do while you are in north Queensland.
Door to door bus services drop off at most Cape Tribulation accommodation
and any normal car can make the journey as the road north of the
Daintree river is now sealed all the way to Cape Tribulation, and
with the completion of the Cooper Creek bridge in 2011 we now have
year-round all-weather access!
This is the perfect place to get
away from it all, Cape Tribulation is not really a town but a settlement
in a wilderness area by the beach with only about eighty permanent
residents, twenty houses, a couple of accommodation places, a few
restaurants and two small shops.
Rainforest Hideaway is not just yet another
accommodation place or resort.
It is small, quiet, casual, and managed by the owners who have
virtually single-handedly built the entire place over the last
25 years and there are usually no more than six guests.
Having travelled the world himself for many years and seen many
standard accommodation places to stay your host wanted to create
something unique and homely and (according to the comments in
the guest book and on Tripadvisor), it has been succesful.
If you are not convinced yet that this is the most memorable Daintree
and Cape Tribulation accommodation then please have a look
at some photos or videos to get a feel of the place or read some